AI Remakes Star Wars As A Futuristic Egyptian Sci-Fi Movie & It’s Oddly Perfect

AI Remakes Star Wars As A Futuristic Egyptian Sci-Fi Movie & It's Oddly Perfect 2

While the classic helm shape of the likes of Vader and the Stormtroopers is present, there’s something about the ornate line work around these examples and even C-3PO and R2-D2 that might remind fans of a franchise that started under Roland Emmerich’s watch in 1994. The sci-fi film «Stargate» had James Spader and Kurt Russell fighting an alien race that had links to ancient Egypt, and would later span a series of TV shows and movies, in which some of these characters would fit right at home. 

That world was full of characters with space-age, shape-changing armor, the most notable of which were the Jaffa guards. Alongside R2-D2tankhamun (works, right?) and this iteration of C-3PO, they’d fit right at home. Both seem far larger and imposing, with the latter looking like he can add the language of giving a beatdown along with the other 6 million he speaks.

The winning iterations, however, are the Pharaoh-like Darth Vader, the intense-looking Stormtroopers, and Boba Fett, who somehow appears even more intimidating with these designs. Besides having Egyptian elements included, the latter also seems to share similarities to Cyrax from Mortal Kombat, which is never a negative. Perhaps, if the well runs dry soon with «Star Wars,» they can throw some Egyptian sand into the mix for a change, even if it is coarse and gets everywhere.

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